It’s with enthusiasm that the founding members of Place des Arts have received the vote of confidence the City Council has extended to the Place des Arts’ construction on December 14th, more than one year after the initiation of the “Major Projects” process launched by the City in the fall of 2015. The City’s financial commitment will reach five million dollars, as well as the transfer of the downtown lot at the corner of Elgin and Larch Streets, a “cultural opportunity site” of the Downtown Master Plan. The cultural complex to be built over the next few years will include.
Monthly Archives: December 2016
An outstanding graduate of Cambrian College’s Graphic Design program has been recognized for excellence in visual communication and design, earning top awards through the RGD Student Awards competition. Neli Nenkova’s winning work was selected by judges from the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) and was featured at the annual DesignThinkers conference held in Toronto in November 2016. Nenkova was recognized with the 50 Carleton Award for Logo Design. In that category, her submission was a redesigned logo for Bulgaria. She also received the Studio 123 Award for Northern Ontario for her TXT L8R campaign to stop texting and driving..
Summer/Fall 2017 in Finland Visual Arts | Photography | New Media | Sound Art | Music Performing Arts | Design | Literature | Research | Philosophy 1 and 2 month residencies in July-October 2017 at Arteles Creative Center in Hämeenkyrö, Finland Deadline for applications: 12th of January 2017 Read more & apply online: www.arteles.org Freedom for Creativity Arteles Creative Residency Program allows you the time, space, facilities and – most of all – the freedom and stress-free environment you need in order to develop yourself and your work, in the middle of the extraordinary nature of Hämeenkyrö, Finland. Our freshly.
Music and Film in Motion (MFM) is pleased to announce the official opening of the submission period for the eleventh Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards (NOMFA). This year, MFM is introducing a smooth new online submission process for bothfilm/television and music award categories. This system will help to simplify the submission process for applicants as well as facilitate the jury process. Excellence in both the music and film industries in Northern Ontario will be recognized with a total of 13 awards in the following categories: Best Album, Best Album by a Francophone Artist, Best Engineer, Best Songwriter, Best Vocal.